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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 remacberlin ,

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-Unfortunately there isn't a guide for this model yet. Basically you have to remove the screen glass with the aid of two suction cups, it is held by magnets. The you remove all the screws holding the front bezel, they are easyly spotted. Take care of the iSight camera and microphone cables on the top. Once you removed the bezel you are ready to remove the screen. It is held by four screws at each corner (if i recall right) and there are two cables to the logicboard you have to take care of. Then you'll see the innards of the machine in all it's glory ;-)
+Unfortunately there isn't a guide for this model yet. Basically you have to remove the screen glass with the aid of two suction cups, it is held by magnets. Then you remove all the screws holding the front bezel, they are easyly spotted. Take care of the iSight camera and microphone cables on the top. Once you removed the bezel you are ready to remove the screen. It is held by four screws at each corner (if i recall right) and there are two cables to the logicboard you have to take care of. Then you'll see the innards of the machine in all it's glory ;-)

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 remacberlin ,

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Unfortunately there isn't a guide for this model yet. Basically you have to remove the screen glass with the aid of two suction cups, it is held by magnets. The you remove all the screws holding the front bezel, they are easyly spotted. Take care of the iSight camera and microphone cables on the top. Once you removed the bezel you are ready to remove the screen. It is held by four screws at each corner (if i recall right) and there are two cables to the logicboard you have to take care of. Then you'll see the innards of the machine in all it's glory ;-)

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